Calder Industrial Materials Careers and Employment
- IndustryConstruction & Facilities Services
Salary estimated from 86 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Project Manager in Chester, Cheshire
on 12 April 2021
Not the worst, not great either, high staff turnover.Let me be honest this isn't a terrible place to work nor is it a good place, if you are office based you will have a better time than the factory workers of which I do feel sorry for. like with all jobs you have your good and your bad staff/management etc. Calders offers next to no career personal development or sets aside no budget for this, we were enrolled on a free training course where Calders declined to pay the £15 per person for the certificate which shows their attitude towards staff training/development.The management have zero trust for office staff and believe nobody will do any work unless watched, at the start of the pandemic they tried their hardest to keep office staff in the office, the statement from HR was "my husband doesn't do any work when he works from home so none of you will" As I say its not a great place but it did offer some good CV experience and the was some good people (Design team, Head of Projects etc). Oh don't forget the free parking....on a industrial estate....that all offer free parking....its one of the job perks that will be dangled in front of you at interview stage....
Process Operator in Chester, Cheshire
on 26 November 2020
Hazardous dangerous environmentsCould be a great place to work but it isn't. The management are mostly incompetent orders rarely leave on time and come back regularly because they are inadequately produced.Staff training and progression is rare unless your a brown nose like the supervisor is over in c2
Shift Maintenance Technician/ System controls engineer in Chester, Cheshire
on 21 July 2020
Badly managed with a poor attitude to health and safetyThe guys on the shop floor are generally a hard working bunch of guys, but they are lead by poor management with no direction, with a total disregard to health and safety.
Operator in Chester, Cheshire
on 24 December 2019
Poor managementPoorly run company shame because it could be great place to work good hours useless managers lack of staff morale lack of training lack of adequate ventilation ect ect
Operator Maintainer in Chester, Cheshire
on 13 November 2019
Old Equipment, Management Self Serving, Lads GreatAir quality poor with casting producing lead fumes in a factory with no factory extraction. Not really any kind of safety culture - new MD was starting to bring one in but was sacked probably for caring. Management either scared for their jobs due to incompetance or don't care enough to be bothered. Us and Them mentality is a bit ridiculous in this day and age. Good bunch of guys - adversity does that. Money poor for the conditions and potential future health issues, should probably get hazard pay. Unsure but it looks like the company are currently using the medical and disciplinary systems as a cheap back door redundancy program, one guy was given the bullet for having his eyes closed while standing up even after telling his manager he didn't feel well earlier. Could be a great place to work but isn't.
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